Bridge is a free eleven-week program run by Rangle.io for women in software development. We meet in person twice a week, in small class sizes, to work on real-world projects and learn in-demand skills from expert Rangle developers. Bridge is committed to providing a supportive environment where women can learn, ask questions, and build on their technical skills. At the end of the course students will leave with greatly increased confidence, a project for their portfolio, and experience with highly-sought-after technologies taught by industry experts.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 13th, 2017 - August 24th, 2017, 6pm-9pm
Rangle.io, 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Please note that in addition to class time there will be an expectation that each student will spend approximately 10-15 hours per week outside of class working on the project.
Anyone who identifies as a woman and has some experience with coding; you're comfortable with programming basics but would like to advance your web development skills. You can be a junior web developer, a self-taught mobile dev, someone who left development and wants to come back - anything. As long as you have the desire to learn we welcome your application. If you're unsure you qualify, apply anyway.
Bridge will be open for applications from April 17th - May 8th. Rangle will look over every application we receive. Those who are selected as possible candidates will be contacted at the email provided by May 22nd, and sent a short technical test with instructions to submit. Once you receive the technical test you will be given one week (including the weekend) to hand it in for assessment by our instructors. All candidates who pass the technical test will be asked to join the class by June 2nd.
"I loved every minute of Bridge (and miss it)! It was a huge treat to learn from such knowledgeable, patient and enthusiastic industry pros. Thanks to Bridge program organizers and Rangle for helping to level us 13 women up in tech!" - Melanie Burger, Bridge Cohort 1 (now a developer at Rangle!)
"I learned more in the program than I did in school! The instructor was very patient and it was very hands on. I would 100% do it all again in the future." - Chanelle Francis, Bridge Cohort 0